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When making a booking, you will need to advise your flight details and your Ankara Hotel details.
Adventure Tours from Istanbul
Your transfer will be confirmed instantaneously and you will be provided with a travel voucher to present to the driver. It's that easy! Departing Ankara in the early morning, drive for approximately 3 hours kilometers through the stunning landscape of Turkey enroute to Hattusas which was the capital of the Hittites. Before visiting the main capitol, journey to Yazilikaya.
Meaning "inscribed rock" in the Turkish language, Yazilikaya is an open air, natural rock shrine containing impressive reliefs of all the Hittite gods and goddesses. As the morning sun light shines on the bas-reliefs direct in the morning, you will be fascinated by this open air sanctuary. Enjoy lunch in a small restaurant in a town nearby. After lunch visit the capital of Hattusas famous for the cuneiform tablets, and the capital city of Hittites. After a day of impressive sightseeing, join your transfer back to Ankara.
Finish the day with the drive back to Istanbul, where this tour concludes upon arrival at roughly 7pm. Go on a short visit to the Egyptian Spice Bazaar, and then cruise along the European and Asian shores of the Bosphorous. Carpet weaving has long traditions in Turkey, and at a carpet village, learn how carpets are made by hand and what determines their value.
You can also go on an optional Turkish folklore evening tour featuring stories of folklore and belly dancers. Drive to Aphrodisias, the famous city of Aphrodite. Feel the mystical atmosphere of the ancient city and theatre. Sophia Museum, Topkapi Palace, and the Hippodrome.
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The ruins at Devrent are spread over three valleys, which also house several pointed fairy chimneys with large stems. AVANOS: A center of terra cotta work of art since BC, it is a town where you will be invited to visit a traditional pottery workshop, which is possibly set deep into the hillsides. Istanbul looks very interesting!
Hi Trisha! Really happy I read this! So happy that our article was useful for you! Happy Travels! I would like to know after you got your visa for turkey is their any other document required for your trip. Suggest to contact the Turkish embassy in your country. Great and useful article, I really enjoyed learning more about Istanbul. Especially on what to avoid.
Thanks for sharing! My boyfriend and I are traveling to Istanbul for the first time in October. We are so happy to help you plan your trip! If you need any more info let me know! Wish you two a wonderful trip! What a wonderful post. I visited Istanbul before and after an Intrepid tour of Turkey and absolutely loved it.
I wandered around on my own and fell in love with the city. Hey Laurie!! We have a love relationship with Istanbul too!! Wander around is the best way to find hidden places and get a real feeling of the city!! All the best,. A brilliant vibrant city. I once visited Istanbul and one of my colleague advised me to try dondurma Turkish ice cream. Its truly divine. I advise every traveler to try it. Its a unique delicacy. I enjoyed my trip a lot. Istanbul is a fascinating place to visit. Great list dear!
Thanks for sharing this amazing post with us.
Istanbul is one of most interesting, exotic, fantastic cities in the world. Hi Jesse! Istanbul is a magnificent city indeed… And the food OMG!!! Thanks for stopping by!
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Hi Natalie. Just embarking on first trip there! I enjoyed your post zone thanks. I saw this post on Twitter this morning, and have really enjoyed reading it. I was in Istanbul almost 2 years ago now, but absolutely loved it. I found the melting pot of East meets West mesmerising.
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Having been to Tangiers when I was around 18 more than a couple of years ago now LOL I was a bit wary of how Istanbul would be, in terms of my feeling of personal safety, especially as an obviously foreign female. But I was pleasantly surprised. Ola Jackie!! So happy that you enjoyed reading the post. All the best, happy travels! My husband and I will be in Istanbul for the 1st time for 4 nights and we want to check the historical sites of course and we are foodies too!
We were thinking about staying near the galata tower, what do you think? Or do you think as the first time there the best bet would be sultanhamet?
And I heard some recent terror attacks last year , is it safe to go this year? Hi Alefiya! The whole Europe has been a mystery and you never know what might happen. I know this is a personal opinion, so you need to take the decision that best suits you. All the best, Nat. Hi Natalie! I was in Taksim Square and İstiklal Ave once! Hi Natalie, This post is really helpful.
I have my trip planned for 8 days this month. Although you have covered most the places to visit. Also which restaurants?
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Did you also visit to Cappadocia for the Hot Air Baloon ride? OMG Amazingly written post …. Planning January going to note down of each and every detail you have written so so glad found your blog… keep it up …. Thanks for all your articles and pictures. I will be relying on your advise to visit some of the places during our 3 night-3 days stay. I and my wife are visiting Istanbul in the 1st week of February, which is going to be winter and expect it to be very cold.
Most of your pictures seem to be in summer time and therefore any advise on winter travel will be highly appreciated! We would like to stay at a hotel nearby Taksim Square. Hi Natalia, I enjoyed reading ur post about Istanbul and I wish to come there during xmass period. Should I continue with the plans? I planning to go with my family, two doghter , so would you like to asessetment if is a good idea , I mean, my children have 10 and 7 years old. My wife and I thought in Istanbul long time ago.
Im planning my first trip to Istanbul in September My question is 4 nights 5days enough to see everything the city has to offer, how much time is needed to visit the Grand Bazaar and what is the weather really like in September? Thanks for a great article….
Hi Jaco, If you plan it well you can do a lot in 5 days. My advice is to choose a hotel close to the places you want to visit so you can save time between attractions and going back to the hotel. If you are looking to sample the excellent nightlife and the bars of the city, then look for a hostel or hotel in the Golden Horn or Galata areas. If you are more interested in exploring the Old City and its Roman heritage, the Sultanahmet area puts you at the heart of the oldest part of Istanbul.